E3 2011: BioShock Infinite gets Move support, Vita game inbound
Irrational Games boss Ken Levine says Massachusetts shop incorporating Sony's motion control into upcoming game, crafting title set in BioShock universe for Sony's new portable.
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LOS ANGELES--Today at Sony's E3 2011 media briefing, Irrational Games head Ken Levine announced that BioShock Infinite will support Sony's Move and that a BioShock game is currently in development for the Vita, formerly known as the NGP.
Levine took to the stage and talked about how at first he was skeptical about incorporating the Move into BioShock Infinite because he is a "core gamer." He then said Sony shipped him a Move unit and wanted to "make him a believer." According to Levine, not much later Irrational Games decided to bring Move control to BioShock Infinite.
In addition to announcing Move support for BioShock Infinite, it was announced that when the game ships for the PlayStation 3, it will come with the original BioShock on the game's Blu-ray disc.
To date, there have been no BioShock games on portable devices, but that's going to change. Levine announced that Irrational Games is also currently working on a game set in the BioShock universe for the Vita.
For more on the announcements Sony made during its E3 2011 media briefing, check out GameSpot's live blog of the event.